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10-25-2012, 08:01 AM - 1 Like   #3646
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QuoteOriginally posted by paulusje Quote
Thanks tuco,
For box speed development I agitate slowly for 1 minute (approx. 20 times) and I let it stand for an hour. After 30 minutes I swirl the tank like a glass of wine for 15 seconds.
For a 1 stop push I just add 1 minute to the initial agitation period.
For more stops it's 1 minute of agitation in the beginning and a longer stand period (120 minutes with swirling every half hour)
I got the idea from P Lynn Miller:
I see. Yeah, I've notice that with Rodinal you can really cook the negative more by increasing the agitation just a little bit.

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10-28-2012, 03:36 AM   #3649
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I used a roll of Portra 160 (shot at 125) at a recent outdoor lunch and mostly used it to take portraits of friends. Here are the better results, scanned at resolution of 1200 on my Epson V500 and PP'd in Paintshop Pro X4, principally for sharpening and colour balance.









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A P645 with a 120mm macro lens. On Ektar 100 film. I no longer have exposure information ... that feature is the only reason I might jump to a 645N body if I can find the right price.

Scanned with a Canoscan 8400F 1600 dpi using Silverfast SE software.

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P645 with 75mm 2.8 on Extar 100. Exposure settings lost, but I believe this was f16.
It might not be immediately obvious, but this image has not been processed to monochrome.

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QuoteOriginally posted by germar Quote
P645 with 75mm 2.8 on Extar 100. Exposure settings lost, but I believe this was f16.
It might not be immediately obvious, but this image has not been processed to monochrome.
Nice shot. It has a great mood.

I keep a little note pad in my camera bag. For shots that I feel are worthy, I record the basic info and add it to the resulting JPEG's EXIF meta data.
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A few from my first roll of Fuji Reala. Taken on the 645 with FA 75mm and scanned on the Epson V500. I think I'll try to get a few rolls to freeze before supply ends.









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I'm surprised to see no posts for two whole weeks. I've recently had Fuji 160NS in the 645 and I'd glad to say it's given me fewer colour-cast headaches than most of the films I've tried so far.









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P67II, Fuji Astia 100F, E6, Epson V750 (@2400ppi USM)

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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
I'm surprised to see no posts for two whole weeks. I've recently had Fuji 160NS in the 645 and I'd glad to say it's given me fewer colour-cast headaches than most of the films I've tried so far.
Thanks for keeping it going. Nice series.

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P67II, Fuji Astia 100F, E6, Epson V750 (@2400ppi USM)
Nice one. I like the earth tone color here too.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Jonathan Mac Quote
I'm surprised to see no posts for two whole weeks. I've recently had Fuji 160NS in the 645 and I'd glad to say it's given me fewer colour-cast headaches than most of the films I've tried so far.

I haven't used 160NS, but I've shot a bit of 160S which has been one of my favorite medium format color print films. Love the colors and as you say, it was always easy to scan and rarely gave color cast problems which both Ektar and Reala gave.
Great series too.
I usually post even my MF shots in the Film SLR section, so I haven't posted here inn awhile.



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P67II, Fuji Astia 100F, E6, Epson V750 (@2400ppi USM)
Great shot, I agree with Tuco, love the warmth.


Here's one from my archives, shot in Feb. 2010. I had other "better" images from this roll so this one kinda got fogotten, plus, it's very similar to another from the roll. i ran across it last night and realized I like it none the less.

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QuoteOriginally posted by tuco Quote
Nice one. I like the earth tone color here too.
Thank“s Tuco (..judging from the DOF and a quick practical test placing my girlfriend at about 3 meters distance and looking at the distance to the frame I find, that it was my 4.5/75mm@half stop from WO or 8 I used in this shot?) Regards
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QuoteOriginally posted by Swift1 Quote

Great shot, I agree with Tuco, love the warmth.


Here's one from my archives, shot in Feb. 2010. I had other "better" images from this roll so this one kinda got fogotten, plus, it's very similar to another from the roll. i ran across it last night and realized I like it none the less.

Pentax 67, SMC 6X7 45/4, Velvia RVP
Thank“s Swift1

That 45mm sure does create some drama. Would like to try one out.

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Popped into BIC Camera in Ginza, Tokyo and they had a brand new 645NII there. Approx £2k ($3k). I was more tempted by the FA645 150 f/2.8. If I had my 645D with me I would have tried it and most likely purchased it. It was around £1k (approx $1.5)
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